With a week to go for the launch of the Lenovo K4 Note, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is leaving no stone unturned. In its latest teaser, Lenovo claims that the K4 Note has a “killer display.”
Taking to social media, Lenovo praised the display of its upcoming phablet. “When is a display more than just a sum of its pixels?” Lenovo writes. While it isn’t exactly clear what this teaser is supposed to mean, we understand that the screen resolution of the K4 Note will remain same as the K3 Note, though the display will come equipped with better display technologies. Launched in July, the Lenovo K3 Note sports a 5.5-inch full-HD (1080×1920) OGS IPS display, with a pixel density of 401ppi.
Lenovo has announced that it will launch the smartphone at an event in New Delhi on January 5, 2016. As seen with earlier teasers, the Lenovo K4 Note will be a phablet to keep an eye on. The K4 Note has been teased to have 3GB of RAM and an all-metal body, support NFC, and house a fingerprint sensor.
The Lenovo K4 Note will succeed the Lenovo K3 Note, which was launched roughly six months ago. At the time of launch, the mid-range Android smartphone was the only handset in the market to offer full-HD display in sub-Rs. 10,000 price range. As a result, the K3 Note was very well received with users. The company told Gadgets 360 earlier this month that it has sold more than 1.2 million units of the K3 Notein the country since its launch.